The 1968 Ford Mustang brochure made a big splash with the car buyer at the time. The full color photographs of all the different configurations and the great shots of the interior put the Mustang at the front of the pack. The 1968 Mustang was a very popular choice among the public and it has already become a classic car.
Sales were slipping a bit for the Ford Mustang in 1968, but still a top seller. Production of the 1968 Mustang was 317,404 units, once again the leader was the standard coupe with 233,472 units built and in second place was the standard Mustang fastback at 33,585 units. Ford built more configurations than ever in 1968 that included most of the models with or without bench seats. You can get a better look when you go over the 1968 Ford Mustang brochure PDF below.
There were 7 engine configurations for the 1968 Mustang that included two new high performance choices of a 427 CID V-8 four-barrel rated at 390hp and a 428 CID V-8 four-barrel rated 335hp (doesn’t quite sound right). You can take a closer look at the 1968 Mustang specifications inside the 1968 Ford Mustang brochure. The other automakers were building muscle cars and the Mustang was losing some ground. Fourteen unique color choices and a host of optional features allowed the Mustang buyer build their car to suit their taste.
Like everything Mustang prices continued to rise, but they were not out of line. The standard coupe started at $2,578, the Fastback was $2,689 and the convertible was $2,814. The 1968 Mustang offered the GT package that changed the appearance of the Mustang, with a whole range of features that made it stand out as high performance sports car. The new Mustang had a hot new option that became very popular which was power front disc brakes. The new Mustang had well over one hundred options that made this incredible vehicle the envy of more and more car buyers. The 1968 Ford Mustang brochure is only the tip of this fine ride.
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